Staying active, enjoying fresh food and surrounding yourself with friends sounds like the perfect retirement, but figuring out how to pay for all of it can feel overwhelming. Communities like Sterling Court at Roseville in Northern California provide all those things, plus assisted living and memory care services. It’s surprising how affordable living here can be. Let’s take a look at how senior living pricing breaks down so you can find the care you need at a reasonable price.
What is Sterling Court at Roseville?
We’re an active assisted living and memory care community in the largest city in Placer County, just northeast of Sacramento. Our community features a ‘50s themed cafe, salon and theater for watching movies. In addition to receiving assistance with activities of daily living, you can expect full days of fun organized around the following activities:
Is assisted living and memory care expensive in Roseville?
Sterling Court at Roseville is much more affordable than you might think. One benefit of the services we offer is the ability to transition from assisted living to memory care if you need it in the future. You’ll be able to save a lot of money and age in place versus dealing with transferring to a new facility.
How does senior living pricing work?
You are paying for hospitality and healthcare when it comes down to it. For more comprehensive information about senior living costs, read our senior living pricing guide.
What is the base rate?
You might have noticed advertisements for assisted living or memory care stating where pricing starts. The figure you see is the base rate with all-inclusive hospitality services you will receive. Imagine it like a hotel, but instead of a room, you get to live in an apartment.
The pricing starts to increase with healthcare services. It’s not fair to lump everyone in at the same price when you may not need the same services as your neighbor. As a Pegasus Senior Living community, Sterling Court at Roseville provides healthcare services that are determined by:
- An initial assessment upon moving in and again every 180 days, or if noticeable changes occur.
- A choice of around six levels of care. For instance, only needing help with medication reminders equals a lower level of care; memory care requires a higher level of care.
- Care prices are based on time and average $10 to $15 per day.
We provide these services to free up your time and conserve your energy so you can continue to live an independent lifestyle. Enjoy nutritious meals, good company and the chance to live life on your terms.
How do I get in touch with a community sales specialist?
When you contact us, a community sales specialist will be happy to provide you with a tour or just chat with you to answer any questions. We’re proud to offer assisted living and memory care in Roseville, CA; we hope you visit us soon.